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60th NASA games meet concludes

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Neibalie Rio with NASA officials and NASA 60th meet football champion NASA-C at Chiephobozou town on February 2, 2019.

Kohima, February 2: A three day long 60th games meet of Northern Angami Sports Association (NASA) concluded today at Chiephobozou town under Kohima district.
Hosted by Chiephobozou Town Youth Organization, 29 villages from four groups of NASA participated in the meet.
In an exciting final match, NASA-C defeated NASA-B 2-1 to emerge the champion.
Kekhriesetuo Khro netted the first goal for NASA-C while the equalizer goal for NASA-B came through the boot of Neihezo Medom. The winning goal for NASA-C came through Ruokuovolie Phewhuo.
NASA-C received a cash prize of Rs. 20,000 sponsored by NASA games secretary Khrievolie Lhoungu. Runner-up NASA-B got cash prize of Rs. 15,000 sponsored by NASA wrestling secretary Zhakholie Metha.
In women’s volleyball, NASA-C emerged the champion title and received a cash prize of Rs. 15,000 sponsored by NASA president Lhoubeizo Mere Kesiyie.
Runner- up NASA-B pocketed a cash prize of Rs.10,000 sponsored by NASA athletics secretary Dziesesakuo Rutsa and NASA property secretary Ketholetuo Angami.
NASA-C lifted the champion trophy of Men’s volleyball and pocketed a cash prize of Rs. 15,000 sponsored by NASA treasurer Kevipusa Kezieo.
NASA-D stood runner-up and received Rs. 10,000 sponsored by NASA general secretary Kelhouneisa Khezhie and NASA vice president Thepfusetuo Terhase.
NASA president Lhoubeizo Mere Kesiyie gave away prize to the winners.
Gracing the closing ceremony as valedictory guest, Neibalie Rio special officer to the Chief Minister Nagaland gave away the awards to the winners.
Meanwhile, NASA has announced the selected players for the forthcoming 47th meet of Angami Sports Association, scheduled for February 7 to 8 at Indira Gandhi Stadium Kohima.
(Page News Service)